writing to DOS partition

writing to DOS partition

Post by David P. Beatt » Thu, 05 Sep 1996 04:00:00



At present I am able to write to the DOS partition only when
logged on as root.   As root, when I do an ls, I see that
the write bit is not set for g or for o.  But when I do
chmod o+w /DOS or chmod g+w /DOS, nothing happens!  No errors,
but no changes in the file permissions.   How can I adjust the
DOS partition to admit writing from a normal user account?

 
 
 

1. Letting non-root write to dos partition?

How can I allow non-root users to write to the dos partition of the
hardrive?  The dos partition is automatically mounted on bootup by linux.

Thanks!

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